Arthur Fiedler Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

Born: December 17, 1894 in Boston, Massachusetts
Died: July 10, 1979 in Boston, Massachusetts
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Arthur Fiedler (1894-1979) was a Boston institution and one of its most beloved natives. After a period of music study in Europe, Fiedler became a violinist with the Boston Symphony Orchestra (1915), as his father had been. Desiring to conduct, however, Fiedler formed his own orchestra of B.S.O. musicians and began the enduring tradition of Esplanade Concerts, which continue to this day. In 1930, Fielder was named conductor of the Boston Pops Orchestra. His blend of popular and classical music made him the most popular conductor of his day, one who sold over 50 million record albums in his lifetime.
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